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Chicken Wrapped In Bacon

Published Saturday, 06 November, 2010 by Rik Smith

Hangover cure!



  • Serves two people
  • Two Chicken Breasts
  • Cheese of your choice, works very very well with mozzarella or stilton cheese
  • Various salad
  • Olive oil
  • 4 - 6 rashers of smoked bacon
  • Oven chips/fries


This recipe is perfect for a hangover cure after a heavy night clubbing!

Pre-heat oven to 180/200 degrees C

Slice a pouch into each chicken breast

Stuff with sliced mozzarella or sliced stilton

Securely wrap 2 or 3 rashers of smoked bacon firmly around each chicken breast, make sure you join the two ends of the bacon together on the top of the chicken breast to stop it from opening.

Place in glass pyrex dish and cover with foil

Bang it in the oven for between 25 - 35 minutes (make sure it is cooked all the way through before serving)

Cook your oven chips/fries

Plate up salad (works well with a rocket salad)

Plate up


Your cured!



  • Nikki 7 years ago

    This was a very helpful recipe for my cooking lesson i will recommened it to anyone who wants to try this delicous dish.

  • Amee 7 years ago

    Made this before amazing! Just prepped it for tea tonight cooking for bf, goes really nice with pasta in a mushroom sauce too :)

  • Joe 7 years ago

    Just made this with my girlfriend using 4 rashers of bacon and mediterranean style red peppers and onions with garlic wedges and reggae reggae sauce on the top, best meal i've eaten in a long time! It goes down even better with a cold fosters by the way!

  • Tanishia 7 years ago

    Hay jordan.... Try it with chicken drum sticks, but boil the drum stick first before bangging in in tha oven, untill hole chikin is white not pinky stuff, then bake it for a good 20 to 30 and then grill each side sprinking cheese onit lol

  • Tanishia 7 years ago

    That was da shizzzzy!! Tha best hang ova cure, with a big glass of coke ;p;

  • Jordan 7 years ago

    Took a lot longer than the recipe to cook. I opened up one of the chicken breasts after 30mins and it was still raw. Anyone any idea where i went wrong?

  • Fanny 7 years ago

    Disgusting.... Just rank

  • Kate 7 years ago

    Just made it and have popped it in the fridge ready to cook for tea tonight. Its the first time i've made it so fingers crossed it will be ok lol. Oh and i have used a mature cheddar inside :-)

  • Hay 7 years ago

    Trying tonite yum yum

  • Kate 7 years ago

    I need a sauce to go with this please help? Ive left it too late and stuck in the kitchen how about bread sauce?

  • Hayley 7 years ago


  • Nathan 7 years ago

    Very nice recipe. Instead of slicing the cheese, i would recommend cutting it into very messy and small chunks that vary slightly in size. Makes the filling a lot more free and with room to melt and fill more of the chicken.

  • Pebbles 7 years ago

    This is amazing! I've been looking for a simple, presentable, delicious recipe and this one hits the spot!!! Thank you!!!!! =ddddd

  • Lillie 7 years ago

    Just made this and it was delish

  • Robin 7 years ago

    Going to try this, sounds scrumptious

  • Plymouth Uni Mummy 7 years ago

    Yay thanks for this :d needed the time and temp and cudnt find it anywhere. I will try the next time im hungover but for now im having it for tea with boiled potato and veg

  • Mollie 7 years ago

    I have just made this! So yummy!!!!

  • Mollie 7 years ago

    Going to try this, hope it works!!!!!

  • Katie 7 years ago

    Also good with pureade tomatoes as a sauce :)

  • JTang 7 years ago

    Doesnt work with lidl bacon. :|

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